Clinton Rubin
Clinton Rubin
SUNY Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Stony Brook University
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Regulation of bone formation by applied dynamic loads
T Clinton, LE Lanyon
J Bone Joint Surg Am 66, 397-402, 1984
17381984
Regulation of bone mass by mechanical strain magnitude
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Calcified tissue international 37 (4), 411-417, 1985
14161985
Static vs dynamic loads as an influence on bone remodelling
LE Lanyon, CT Rubin
Journal of biomechanics 17 (12), 897-905, 1984
9771984
Low mechanical signals strengthen long bones
C Rubin, AS Turner, S Bain, C Mallinckrodt, K McLeod
Nature 412 (6847), 603-604, 2001
8272001
Principles of bone biology
JP Bilezikian, LG Raisz, TJ Martin
Academic press, 2008
7802008
Primer on the metabolic bone diseases and disorders of mineral metabolism
MJ Favus
7731996
Prevention of postmenopausal bone loss by a low‐magnitude, high‐frequency mechanical stimuli: a clinical trial assessing compliance, efficacy, and safety
C Rubin, R Recker, D Cullen, J Ryaby, J McCabe, K McLeod
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 19 (3), 343-351, 2004
7052004
Osteoregulatory nature of mechanical stimuli: function as a determinant for adaptive remodeling in bone
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of orthopaedic research 5 (2), 300-310, 1987
6391987
Limb mechanics as a function of speed and gait: a study of functional strains in the radius and tibia of horse and dog
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of experimental biology 101 (1), 187-211, 1982
5361982
Molecular pathways mediating mechanical signaling in bone
J Rubin, C Rubin, CR Jacobs
Gene 367, 1-16, 2006
5172006
Low magnitude mechanical loading is osteogenic in children with disabling conditions
K Ward, C Alsop, J Caulton, C Rubin, J Adams, Z Mughal
Journal of bone and Mineral Research 19 (3), 360-369, 2004
4932004
The use of low-intensity ultrasound to accelerate the healing of fractures
C Rubin, M Bolander, JP Ryaby, M Hadjiargyrou
JBJS 83 (2), 259, 2001
4762001
Low‐level, high‐frequency mechanical signals enhance musculoskeletal development of young women with low BMD
V Gilsanz, TAL Wren, M Sanchez, F Dorey, S Judex, C Rubin
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 21 (9), 1464-1474, 2006
4352006
Dynamic strain similarity in vertebrates; an alternative to allometric limb bone scaling
CT Rubin, LE Lanyon
Journal of theoretical biology 107 (2), 321-327, 1984
4291984
Quantifying the strain history of bone: spatial uniformity and self-similarity of low-magnitude strains
SP Fritton, KJ McLeod, CT Rubin
Journal of biomechanics 33 (3), 317-325, 2000
4182000
Biology of bone and how it orchestrates the form and function of the skeleton
D Sommerfeldt, C Rubin
European Spine Journal 10 (2), S86-S95, 2001
3982001
Quantity and quality of trabecular bone in the femur are enhanced by a strongly anabolic, noninvasive mechanical intervention
C Rubin, AS Turner, R Müller, E Mittra, K McLeod, W Lin, YX Qin
Journal of bone and mineral research 17 (2), 349-357, 2002
3822002
The anabolic activity of bone tissue, suppressed by disuse, is normalized by brief exposure to extremely low‐magnitude mechanical stimuli
C Rubin, G Xu, S Judex
The FASEB Journal 15 (12), 2225-2229, 2001
3772001
Mechanical signals as anabolic agents in bone
E Ozcivici, YK Luu, B Adler, YX Qin, J Rubin, S Judex, CT Rubin
Nature Reviews Rheumatology 6 (1), 50-59, 2010
3732010
Mechanical strain, induced noninvasively in the high-frequency domain, is anabolic to cancellous bone, but not cortical bone
C Rubin, AS Turner, C Mallinckrodt, C Jerome, K McLeod, S Bain
Bone 30 (3), 445-452, 2002
3732002
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